Anonymous Hackers Leak 1GB of Emails from Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The files contain internal correspondence detailing arms and money transports

By on November 27th, 2012 15:33 GMT

Anonymous hackers have leaked one gigabyte of documents that allegedly represent the contents of internal government emails from the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The information has been published as part of the campaign that’s known as Operation Syria (OpSyria).

The documents contain all sorts of information, including scanned copies of Syrian ministers’ passports, details about an arms transport from Ukraine, and even a report which shows that 200 tons of Syrian bank notes have been shipped from Russia.

Since most of the files are in Arabic, the hacktivists ask Arabic speakers to go through them for “interesting documents.”

The files can be accessed via the email viewer set up on par-anoia.net or by downloading the compressed MBOX archive and importing it into an email client.

The data dump was announced around 20 hours ago.
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